The Master's Programme in Literary Studies is responsible for the course.
The course is an optional part of the following modules:
- KIR-T300 Literary Studies, Advanced Studies (at least 90 cr)
- KIR-O300 Literary Studies, Advanced Studies, Subject Teacher Education (60 cr)
The course is also available to students of the Master's Programme in Art Studies as part of the module KIR-Y300 Comparative Literature, Advanced Studies (60 cr).
The course is not available to students from other degree programmes.
Students are recommended to have completed some other courses in advanced studies prior to taking this course.
KIR-331 Studies in Specialization Area Literature.
After completing the course, students will have an understanding of the theoretical approaches needed to write their master’s thesis.
Students are recommended to complete the course once they have chosen the topic of their master’s thesis.
The course will be offered in the form of an examination or an applicable lecture series as agreed.
Students will select a coherent whole of approximately 700 pages of theoretical literature, which will support the formulation of their master’s thesis and provide tools for analysing the subject of study.
The literature will be agreed upon with the course coordinator.
Graded on a scale of 0–5.
The course completion method is to be agreed with the thesis supervisor. The primary method of completion is to take an examination.
The master’s thesis supervisor.